A Few Points for Friday: Whose Righteousness Are We Talking About Edition
On legalism and self-righteousness
The obedience that you think keeps you out of hell is the obedience you think justifies you.— Brian Onstead (@brianonstead) May 17, 2020
When is the precise moment of when we are saved to Christ?
No one just wakes up one morning and decides to believe in Jesus Christ. The reason he believes is because the Holy Spirit convicts him of sin, draws him to Christ, raises him to life, and grants him faith.— Steven Lawson (@DrStevenJLawson) May 17, 2020
We mature only according to the will of God (Hebrews 5:11-6:6)
Me to my son: Do we undo the effects of the Curse that came about from the Fall?— Christine Pack 😷 (@SolaSisters) May 15, 2020
My son: No.
Me: How are the effects of the Curse undone?
My son: By the blood of Christ.
My son: Now give me some hard ones. This is Bible 101.
Continuously clarifying the gospel of Christ for all of our days
No, the gospel is the good news of what Jesus did FOR SINNERS. He came, obeyed, suffered, died, was buried, was raised, ascended, reigns, & shall return FOR US. https://t.co/oLvghCMC3Y— R. Scott Clark (@RScottClark) May 15, 2020
Continue to contend for the gospel: won’t stop, can’t stop
Two common errors of modern evangelicalism:— Greg Thornberg (@GregThornberg) May 14, 2020
1. Gospel without repentance
2. "Free to be me"-ism without sanctification